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Police seem to have tried to deep-six an investigation into the brutal beatdown of a gay black man in Williamsburg, allegedly by Hasidic Jewish neighborhood watch members, and only reopened  Read more

They found Jesus! A statue of Christ that was stolen from a Brooklyn church last week was recovered Thursday night by a man who found it in a trash can  Read more

The Brooklyn teenager accused of lighting a mattress on fire in his Coney Island building’s hallway, which killed a police officer, was found guilty of murder and arson yesterday. District  Read more

He faces up to 20 years behind bars but former state Sen. John Sampson has asked a federal judge to go easy on him by sentencing him to just a  Read more

Sorry renters — gentrification in Bedford-Stuyvesant is not on your side. That’s according to an analysis by the Washington Post, which shows that median income and median home values in  Read more

Governors Island doesn’t open until May 28, but in the midst of a monsoon-like spring, we need something to look forward to. This 172-acre pocket of parkland will be unveiling  Read more

From the twisted bowels of the social media-verse comes this wacky tale of intrigue: A female former police officer has accused a married Brooklyn NYPD chief of sleeping with his  Read more

Citymeals on Wheels, which delivers meals to home-bound, elderly New Yorkers, has launched a Brooklyn Brunches program to raise funds for their endeavors. From now through the end of the  Read more

City Council unanimously passed a package of bills sponsored by City Councilmembers Mark Treyger and Alan Maisel yesterday, protecting homeowners affected by Superstorm Sandy from fines levied against them by  Read more

There will be cocktails made with Kings County Distillery whiskeys.

Kings County Distillery has a new destination for your summer nights. Fresh off of winning three major awards, including being named  Read more

The yearly Carroll Park Fair has been scheduled for Saturday May 21 from 10 AM to 5 PM by Friends of Carroll Park. If you have been thinking about participating  Read more

The city Board of Elections has suspended a second administrator at its Brooklyn office in connection with the widespread voter registration irregularities that surfaced on Primary Day last month. Brooklyn  Read more

Blasphemous bandits stole a statue of Jesus from in front of a Williamsburg church on April 30, police said. Read more. Read more

Police are searching for a man accused of trying to rape a woman in South Williamsburg apartment building. The suspect may have been buzzed in by another resident. [ more  Read more

Police are investigating the death of a 24-year-old man whose body was found between subway cars in a downtown Brooklyn subway station early this morning. [ more › ] Read more

March came in like a lion in Brooklyn with a $5 million townhouse sale. April was a bit tamer, with a $4.3 million home as the biggest ticket sale in  Read more

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